NOTE: This test is ONLY AVAILABLE TO AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS.
The Intestinal Permeability And Leaky Gut Urine Test
The Leaky Gut Syndrome Test is a precise, non invasive urine test for evaluating the permeability of the intestinal wall. Changes in intestinal permeability are associated with many health conditions including autism, autoimmune disorders, food sensitivities and inflammatory bowel disease or inflammatory bowl syndrome (IBS). This ‘leaky gut’ causes disease because the damaged intestinal lining allows toxic molecules and undigested foods to enter the bloodstream and poison the body, further the damaged lining also causes malabsorption of essential nutrients.
About the Intestinal Permeability And Leaky Gut Urine Test
The Intestinal permeability and leaky gut test is a simple urine test that can be done from home or work place. The test measures the levels of lactulose and mannitol which are reliable indicators for determining a leaky gut.
The test kit contains:
- All the equipment needed to complete the test
- A full set of instructions
- Express post bag for overnight return delivery to the laboratory
- Test results are sent to one of our professional health practitioners within 14 business days for evaluation. Our practitioners contact you with the results and recommendations on any findings via email, mail or phone so you’ll know exactly what you need to do if the results come back positive.
About Leaky Gut
Among non-communicable diseases, intestinal permeability (leaky Gut) also called (metabolic endotoxemia) is the number 1 leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (so take this test now). Metabolic endotoxemia is a condition that stems from dysbiosis and a breakdown of intestinal barrier function. Intestinal permeability is present in most chronic diseases and is believed to be the major driver of many conditions.
|Abdominal recurrent pain
|Food allergy & sensitivity
|Acute brain injury
|Inflammatory bowel disease
|Inflammatory joint disease
|Irritable bowel syndrome
|Chronic heart failure
|Type 1 diabetes
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